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Pinkus Stark (1740 - 1798)

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Herschel (Jacob-Hirsch) Stark (c.1770 - 1818)

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Jacob Stark (1842 - 1916)

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Izidor Knöpfelmacher (1863 - 1922)

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Philip Horn (1823 - 1900)

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Simon Horn (1859 - 1925)

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Joseph Knöpfelmacher (1814 - 1858)

Joseph Knopfelmacher lived his entire adult life in Trencin City. He and his wife had no children. Trencin City, 1848: Knopfelmacher, Jozsef, age 34, b. Trencin; wife, Franciska, age 24, b. Luk; + on...

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Jacob Knöpfelmacher (1829 - 1911)

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Nathan (Nachum) Knöpfelmacher (1824 - 1872)

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Nathan Schlesinger (1791 - 1879)

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Samuel Schlesinger (1812 - 1899)

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Jacob Schlesinger (1842 - d.)

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Gabriel Jassniger (1830 - d.)

When he married Rosy Bock in Trencin-Teplice on 12 October 1858, he is listed as Gabriel Jassniger, age 28, born in Puchov. When he married his first wife's younger sister, Katy Bock, in Trencin on 9 M...

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Samson (Simon) Bock (1799 - 1852)

Trencin City, 1848 [Jewish Census]: BOK, Samson, age 49, b. Trencsin; wife, (GOL), Amalia, age 38, b. Kekes Ujfalu; son, Baruch, age 16, b. Trencsin; son, Markus, age 13, b. Trencsin; son, Samu, age 4,...

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Lazar (Eleazer) (Lazarus) Kohn-Zerkowitz (c.1756 - 1809)

The recent discovery of a set of notes made by a Zerkowitz descendant [Emil Zerk (1892-1988)] shows that the brothers Leopold and Nathan Kohn-Zerkowitz of Trencin City were not the sons of Simon Kohn-Z...

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Julianna Fuchs (c.1826 - d.)

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Pinchas (Pinkus) Weisz (c.1800 - 1862)

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Ezechiel/Yechezkel haLevi HaLevi Horowitz LOWY/NICOLAUER (1768 - 1838)

Living in Hunsdorf in 1820 with wife, 4 sons, 2 daughters, 2 relatives, 1 servant (MOL, DJ(C55)-1820-F1-No. 251).

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Malvína Šimko (deceased)

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Rosa Terez SPITZ (1795 - 1864)

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Marcus/Mordechai haLevi SPITZ (1796 - 1853)

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Armin Hermann Freiherr Popper von Podhrágy (1860 - 1924)

Baron Armin Popper von Podhragy maintained residences in both Vienna and Trencin, among other places. He built the Hotel Elizabeth in Trencin in 1901, named after Empress Elizabeth, the assassinated wi...

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Alexander Weisz (1872 - 1935)

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Nathan Ignatz Weisz (1842 - 1916)

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Ella Weisz (Weil) (1886 - 1935)

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Caecilie (Cili) Weil (1866 - 1920)

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Herman (Armin) (Hirsch) Weil (1854 - 1913)

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Ignatz (Isaac) Turcsan (1807 - 1865)

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Markus Turcsan (c.1786 - c.1818)

Trencin City, Trencin Co., Hungary, 1809 #40: TURCSAN, Marcus -- with wife, 1 son, 1 daughter Trencin City, Trencin Co., Hungary, 1818 #33: TURCSAN, Maria, widow -- with 1 son, 2 daughters

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Rabbi Markus L. Brull (1777 - 1833)

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J. Samuel Horn (1799 - 1883)

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Joseph Lobl Horn (c.1774 - 1826)

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Joseph Isaias Horn (1826 - 1909)

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Elkan Schönhäuser (1796 - 1860)

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Philip Kohn (1857 - d.)

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Julius ( Gyula ) Kohn (1824 - 1892)

He founded a wood processing empire, that was carried on by his son Markus.

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Etelka (Kohn) Weisz (1858 - d.)

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Katalina (Kohn) Kohn (1860 - d.)

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Julie (Kohn) Wagner (1853 - d.)

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Sharllota - Sari Klein (1887 - d.)

Also known as Sarlota/Chaje Sara.

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Meudl (Weisz) Schonfeld (c.1824 - d.)

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Gustav Weisz (1858 - d.)

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Samuel Weisz (1860 - 1917)

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Adolph Weisz (1850 - 1868)

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Ernest Weisz (1861 - 1861)

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Pauline Weisz (1857 - d.)

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Sigmund Weisz (1852 - d.)

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Bertha (Weisz) Schwarz (1853 - d.)

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Therese "Rosie" (Gross) Smatana (1857 - d.)

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Fridrich Vamos Weisz (1891 - 1942)

Also known as Frigyes/Perec.

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Amalia (Weisz) Urban (1827 - d.)

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Moritz Gross (1855 - d.)

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Jeanette "Netty", Ester (Grosz) Weisz (1861 - 1932)

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Charlotte "Lotty" (Singer) Gross (1824 - 1878)

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Jacob Weisz (1815 - 1889)

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Emanuel Weisz (1819 - 1897)

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Wolf Weisz (1790 - 1865)

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Julius Kovac (Kohn) (deceased)

Julius Kohn legally changed his surname to Kovac. He married a Catholic girl and converted to Catholicism. He owned a big farm in South Slovakia. Julius Kohn was killed during the holocaust. He was s...

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Ilonka (Elena) Porges (1886 - d.)

Ilonka Kohn was committed to a mental institution by her husband when they were divorced, and her children (Alexander and Tibor) went to live with their grandparents. She was probably executed by the...

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Alfred Kovac (Kohn) (1884 - d.)

Alfred Kohn legally changed his surname to Kovac. Died in the holocaust. Per Paul Samuel Kohn (Pali) he owned a building enterprise in Piestany. He married late and had no childen.

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Markus, Mordechai Kohn (1855 - 1940)

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Pavel Samuel Kohn (1922 - 2011)

Paul Samuel Kohn (Pali), he left Trencin on July 10, 1939 by train to Trieste. From there he traveled 10 days by ship (on a boat named Galilee) to arrive in Palestine. He traveled with 30 young people ...

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Frida (Weisz) Kohn (1896 - 1944)

Frida Kohn maintained her husband's timber/building enterprise in Trencin, Czechoslovakia after his death in 1940, until her deportation in 1944.

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Sandor (Alexander) Fathi Kohn (1889 - 1940)

Sandor Kohn ran a timber/building entrprise in Trencin, Czechoslovakia. He died in a hospital as the result of an ulcer operation in 1940. Suspicious circumstances surrounded his death (Per Pavel Sam...

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Bernard (Bernardus) (Bernat) Joachim Pick (c.1740 - c.1822)

Bernard Pick is not seen in the 1771 Jewish census of Trencin City, but was residing there when the 1773 census was taken. He came from Moravia or Bohemia about 1772. He is seen in Trencin City census ...

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Moses KATSCHER (1776 - 1838)

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Isaac (Isak) Knöpfelmacher (c.1785 - 1847)

Isaac Knopfelmacher was born in Holesov about 1785, the son of Rabbi Salomon Knopfelmacher (1745-1810) and his first wife, Freidl (Kohn) Knopfelmacher (1747-1800). Isaac appears to have moved in and ou...

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Gideon Glasel (1831 - 1915)

Gideon Glasel was born in Varin, Trencin Co., Hungary in 1831, and died in Trencin, 12 February 1915, in his 84th year of age. After the death of his first wife, Gideon Glasel, his second wife, and his...

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Leopold (Löbl) (Aryeh-Leib) Tauber (1803 - 1887)

Leopold Tauber was a twin to his brother, Moises. He had the Hebrew name of "Aryeh Leib", and was born in Holesov, Moravia on 28 April 1803. As a younger son, he had very few rights in his native Morav...

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Nathan Samuel (Nesanel) (Sándor) Kohn-Zerkowitz (1783 - 1847)

Nathan Samuel (Nesanel) (Sandor) Kohn-Zerkowitz was b. in Trencin, Hungary in 1783, and remained there his entire life. Upon his father's murder (prior to 1809), rights to his father's residence in Tre...

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